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Midwest Metal Roofing LLC


  • Metal Roofs

    We install both commercial and residential metal roofs, from exposed fasteners to standing seam. Some of the exposed fastener metal roofs and all standing seam metal roofs are only available with Kynar 500 (PVDF) coatings. We use McElroy Metal as our metal provider at this time. Click here to see the different colors we offer. You can click here to see different types of metal roofs we have installed. Metal roofs are not all the same. There are differences in quality. The longevity of your roof depends on the quality of workmanship and materials.

  • Post Frame Construction

    What is Post Frame Construction? Good question. The NFBA defines post frame construction as:

    Post-frame construction is an engineered wood-frame building system that meets UBC and IBC standards. Post-frame buildings feature large, solid sawn posts or laminated columns instead of wood studs, steel framing, or concrete masonry. They transfer loads to the ground or surface-mounted to a concrete pier or masonry foundation, and may use plastic barrier systems for enhanced protection of wood and concrete posts or piers.
    What does this mean to you? It means we can construct your home, garage, or barn in less time then it takes to build a traditional stud frame, which translates to saving you money. You can choose from this color chart for the different colors we offer for your post-frame construction. You can click here to see different types of metal homes we have built.

  • Pro-Z Screws

    We also offer a higher quality screw. Our Pro-Z screw has a 40-year warranty and is made with a zinc-aluminum alloy which will keep the screw from rusting. Click here to see examples of some rusty screws that are about 15 years old and were made with cheaper steel. A rusty screw will leach onto your metal roof and start rusting around the screw hole. Why buy a great quality metal roof but use a cheap screw which will rust before the metal roof warranty is up? Ask about our Pro-Z screw prices.

  • Flashing Chimneys and Skylights

    We use flashing to seal around chimneys and skylights to prevent water leaks. The top piece of flashing acts as a gutter to divert the water away from the skylight or chimney. The flashing on the sides and bottom are sealed to ensure no leaks will happen. Flashings are highly functional and greatly reduce reliance on caulk. Click here to see examples of flashing we have done around chimneys and skylights.